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whole grains... you can't help but see the good. >>> time to ge down to business. >> good morning, betty. delta airlines is revamping their frequent flier program. passengers will earn sky miles based on ticket prices instead of how far they fly. members without elite status will get 5 miles for every dollar spent. meanwhile a county in southern colorado with two recreational stores is the first to report just how much taxes have been collected on poll sales. the stores generated $1 million in sales in january. that translated to $56,000 in local sales taxes. back to you. >> thank you. >>> some stories making news this morning. hundreds of protesters in turkey clash with police over voice recordings that include the prm telling his son to hide money from authorities. protesters shot fireworks at police who responded with fire hoses. >>> former new england patriot aaron hernandez got into a fight with an inmate. an altercation took place and neither were injured. tmz claims that hernandez beat up the other prisoner pretty badly. >>> four top police officers in king city, california, have
in the neighborhood. >> why should people here came? >> they should care. number one it's a large country ge grarvegly, the size of france, 150 million people. it was called the breadbasket of the soviet union. someone far smarter than i observed russia without ukraine is a nation. russia with ukraine is an empire. the country is a highly educated country with enormous natural resources. i think we've been doing everything we can to support aspirations of people to be free, democratic and united as a country and positioned to really define their own dd. that's what this is about. >> tell me before you go about your client, the former leader there, yulia tymoshenko. we see her out of prison now but in a cheel chair. what's going on? >> yulia is suffering from a very painful back ailment that hopefully she'll get treated in the next few weeks. i will be seeing her in the next few days probably. i think she has a very unique role to play in unifying this country at this historically important time. she is from the east but her political base is in the west. >> interesting. >> she has great oratory cal sk
the ge 90 event at general electric, we change the engine on the plane. what they have done with the dreamliner is probably the most aggressive and advanced technological challenge we have seen in a decade. >> what does washington need to do to advance employment in highly technologically skilled jobs? >> i think that boeing is doing theeat job increasing diversity and geographic reach on their new manufacturing operations. i saw their paper today where united technologies was working on $1 billion on a grant from the government. >> i would say that it has become a much more sophisticated conversation. >> it certainly has. your former colleague runs boeing and was at ge as well, what is it about ge that produces these industrial giant managers? thing i learned most under the mentorship of jack welch is that change is the only constant. innovation drives the top line. >> that is certainly what is taking place right now. we will have targeted earnings in just a moment. ♪ >> this is "bloomberg surveillance." scarlet fu, here with adam keen -- you're with tom keene and adam jo
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makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. >>> we're back, joining me is senior editor at the new republic and josh rogen at the daily beast. they have both been covering this. julia, you wrote this piece where you said why is putin doing this? because he can. that's it, that's all you need to know. michael coe hen responding to that said it's as if things like regional interest, fears of -- and the potential loss of a key ally in kiev are alien concepts for russian leaders. how much of this do you view as rational and how much do you view as irrational? >> i'm not saying that he's irrational. i think vladimir putin operates within his own framework of logic. and all of this stuff matters but it has always mattered. what happened was there was a moment of political instability in kiev. he was a little bit rattled by people toppling an elected president. he tends to see these things through a very personal lens. he was, for example, hugely obsessed with the way moammar gadhafi was killed in libya and he took advantage of a moment of weakness, pressed on it and it
there are those -- again, to play devil's advocate, there are those who have made the argument na ge that gentrification is a good thing. the same article, quote, gentrification doesn't need to be something that one group inflicts on another. often it's the result ofs a separations everybody shares. that's from the "new york" magazine. what's your response, molly? >> the interesting question here on a policy level is does gentrification make neighborhoods better or worse? you saw spike lee sort of on both sides of that question. he's saying on the one hand, the trash didn't start getting picked up and the schools didn't start getting better until the white people got there. that suggests that gentrification is lifting up these neighborhoods. and the problem is that it's displacing those people. obviously people should get their trash picked up and the schools should get the same level of attention no matter what the income level of those communities are. but what spike lee was responding to was a request from the audience about an article in "the new york times" based on new social s
whistle blows ] ♪ my mom works at ge. >>> okay, 47 past of the hour. it's time now to talk about the world's most admired companies. joe, could you text me on my samsung watch, could you please? because i want to show the managing editor of "fortune" manage, andy serwer the world's most admired companies, his list, of which apple is in the list, the top five. >> number one. >> number one, really? i don't think for long. >> i don't disagree. they are definitely under assault by samsung like you suggested. but people say i'll cale you on my iphone. iphone has become a generic word for phone. they will become another samsung if they -- >> you say by consumers or the inside industry? >> business people primarily. in other words, we survey about 600 business people in terms of company they cover and following. executives and directors and analysts and it's about the thousand biggest companies in the world. >> you got apple, google in the tech companies? >> amazon. people are using amazon like a federal express and starbucks using hoof technology and per se about three of them. you loo
counsel of ge check theder to resilience of ge machinery in an israeli company, hired them to check the system. so the israelis are very good. financial technologies. citibank -- you heard about citibank. citibank opened a research and , also aent center development center. which was threested by google -- weeks ago for $3 billion. by the way, google has development centers in israel. the only center of the united in turnn israel, employees in israel 9500 people, outside of facility the united states, and 40% of every product of internet, manufactured or designed in israel. >> unbelievable. the list goes on and on. ibm employees 2200 people. aol is buying companies in israel, like facebook. all not want to talk about this. it is crazy. not good in all these things? that is a very good question. >> i am glad i asked it. [laughter] >> what is not good that so far population2% of the is conjuring directly the benefits. enjoying directly the benefits. it is not going to the -- [applause] we have in our society we have too many groups, too big, which are not enjoying it. everybody speak
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